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Board Meeting Agenda

Thursday, December 13th is the next Board Meeting. The Regular School Board meeting will begin at 7 pm at 350 East K Street in the Board Room. This will be a robust meeting. The Board will start the meeting with the County Superintendent of Schools...

College Athletes Signing at BHS

During the lunch hour today, these BHS student-athletes were signed by colleges: Sophia Salimpour- (Girls Soccer)- Notre Dame De Namur Robyn Rowley- (Girls Soccer)- Menlo College Nate Freeman- (Baseball)- UC Davis...

Notification About Air Quality

We are continuing to monitor the air quality, using the EPA approved site, Airnow. This is the site used by school districts and government agencies to guide our decisions regarding air quality.   We are keeping schools open for the remainder of today, but...

BHS Debate Team Excels

Benicia High School's debate team continues to win at tournament competitions. The most recent wins were at Diablo Valley College on Sunday. The topic was whether the U.S. should institute price controls on prescription drugs. This required the students to...

Valero Grant to BUSD

Exciting news today! Valero awarded the Benicia Ed Foundation (BEF) $25,000 for Benicia Unified. A huge thank you to BEF and Megan Segle for writing the grant. Thank you, Valero, for being our community partner!

Summary of Board Meeting on November 1st

The Regular School Board meeting will begin at 7 pm at 350 East K Street in the Board Room. The Board will start the meeting by highlighting our Food Services department and director, Tania Courtney. Routine business will include the second reading and...

October 18th Board Meeting Summary

The Regular School Board meeting will begin at 7 pm at 350 East K Street in the Board Room. The Board will start the meeting with a greeting and report by Solano County Superintendent of Schools, Lisette Estrella-Henderson. This week’s meeting will include...

ADA Accessible Website Initiative

The Benicia Unified School District is committed to providing accessibility for all. If you experience difficulty with the accessibility of any web pages or documents on our site, please contact us to request this information in an alternative format.
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